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China’s pork prices drop significantly this month, room for further decline limited


China's pork and pig prices have dropped significantly so far this month after supplies surged and high prices turned away some customers.

Industry insiders say the room for more decline is limited as pork supplies are still tight after outbreak of African swine fever ravaged the country's pig herd and pork demand will increase as the Spring Festival approaches.

China's wholesale pork prices dropped to 48.12 yuan per kg on November . . .

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